“The Interview” Co-Director Says The Sony Hack Was Probably An Inside Job


Written by: John Vibes at theantimedia.org


Evan Goldberg, co-director of the controversial film “The Interview”, recently said that the Sony hack which caused the film’s cancellation may have actually been an inside job. In a recent discussion with “Straight” magazine, Goldberg revealed that many knowledgeable tech experts at Sony actually believe that the job could only have been pulled off by someone on the inside.

My gut instinct was, ‘Oh no, is it the North Koreans?…For two seconds it was the North Koreans, and then the younger guys in our office who know way more about computers were, like, ‘No way. You’d have to know Sony’s network, it has to be somebody on the inside,” Goldberg said.

These comments were made over a week ago and went largely unnoticed by the mainstream media. However, Goldberg isn’t the only one who thinks that the hack was an inside job.

This week, computer security expert Vinny Troia told Fox News “America’s Newsroom” that there was much more evidence for an inside job than there was for a cyber attack from North Korea.

“I think that in the event that this turns out to be either a disgruntled employee or an inside job, there is so much attention around this right now, they need to point the finger at somebody else,Troia said Friday, adding that it was “almost impossible for this to occur completely from the outside.”

Although many experts and Sony employees are saying that this was an inside job, the US government is still insisting that North Korea is responsible for the cyber attack, and that a future retaliation is being planned.

While government officials are talking about how to respond to this alleged transgression from North Korea, the FBI is actually thoroughly investigating Sony’s IT department for suspects in the case.


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  1. This has stunk of an inside job from the first. How much $$$ are these people being paid from the OUTside source who hired them? The White House WANTS to blame NPRK. It’s convenient. Somehow, you should be able to find the truth.

  2. As soon as I heard about the hack I too thought there is no way a whole network was taken down from outside.

    Then I started to ask why and the only rational answer was its been dreamt up to have an excuse to attack North Korea or at the very least antagonise them into starting something.

    Would not surprise me if the movie was created just to allow this to be done.

    Fargo anyone?

  3. And anonymous came out saying they would retaliate against north Korea?! I, mean I say go after north Korea all day every day straight evil.

  4. no it as N korea ,that country that has n power every night except for a few government buildings.The same N korea that doesnt have food for its soldiers…and doesnt have connection to the internet..yes of course they did it…this and the landing on mars,it was all N korea!!!!what are we talking about????

  5. Seen the movie. I think the attack on Sony was just marketing of the movie.And quite brilliant too. I would probably never have seen it if it wasn’t for all the fuzz around it. It’s a slapstick-movie. Slightly entertaining because I imagine it send on North Korean Public TV. But if the roles were swapped – and it was our leaders that was on stake.. well it would still be funny… The current leadership in my country sucks – and the peoples who voted for them are honeydicked


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